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There had long been rumors of an entente between Archduke and Kaiser, but this!
THE SECRET WITNESSGEORGE GIBBS
There is an anecdote of the latter which, as an example of thrust and parry in double entente, is hardly to be matched.
COURT BEAUTIES OF OLD WHITEHALLW. R. H. TROWBRIDGE
So these members of the Entente had to be assisted in making purchases abroad.
HARPER'S PICTORIAL LIBRARY OF THE WORLD WAR, VOLUME XIIVARIOUS
The French entente cordiale was remembered, and our Sovereign had long ago been declared to be the first diplomat in Europe.
THE INVASIONWILLIAM LE QUEUX
Liber and his colleague Dahn were at that time among the staunchest supporters of the policy of the Entente in Russia.
THE MYTH OF THE JEWISH MENACE IN WORLD AFFAIRSLUCIEN WOLF
What her purpose, in all this talk, he failed to see—unless she were seeking to establish an entente cordiale, or to gain time.
THE CAB OF THE SLEEPING HORSEJOHN REED SCOTT
It was at this time that the new entente cordiale between France and England had its first test.
THE STORY OF THE GREAT WAR, VOLUME I (OF 8)VARIOUS
But it is clear that Chaucer here has entente as usual, and rimes it with the form shent-e, which is the pp.
CHAUCER'S WORKS, VOLUME 6 (OF 7) -- INTRODUCTION, GLOSSARY, AND INDEXESGEOFFREY CHAUCER
The Germans did not develop this explosive as much as the Entente Powers, who effected great economy of trinitrotoluene.
THE NEW GRESHAM ENCYCLOPEDIAVARIOUS
It was through his personal influence that the Entente Cordiale with France was brought about.
THE NEW GRESHAM ENCYCLOPEDIAVARIOUS

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